Corporate Records Management Consultant (7531BR) New York, New York

This position is responsible for working within a team to communicate the requirements of the Corporate Records Management Program through education and relationships to reinforce compliance and industry standards.

Key duties and responsibilities include:
- Advise business areas on corporate processes for creation, maintenance, storage and disposition of records and information

- Review and make recommendations and revisions to corporate records policies, standards and procedures and master Records Retention Schedule

- Consult with IT and business areas regarding systems impacting records management

- Advise business areas on the management of their records and information, including protection of vital records

- Provide reports to the Records Management Steering Committee and Records Management Policy Group

- Provide training to the Records Coordinators and business areas on records management topics and issues; develop training material and programs as needed

- Collaborate with legal and compliance areas regarding records management concerns

- Evaluate current practices to determine potential risks and improvement opportunities

- Assess effectiveness of CRM Program and recommend improvements

- Consult with business areas on Records & Information Management (RIM) components of projects

- Bachelor's degree
- Minimum of 7 years of related business experience, including electronic records management experience
- Certified Records Manager (CRM) certification preferred
- Strong knowledge of records and information discipline and principles
- Expertise with information technology and how it impacts records management, such as Electronic Content Management
- Strong knowledge of legal and regulatory requirements governing records, RIM industry trends, relevant standards and methodologies
- Excellent written and oral communication skills
- Excellent interpersonal skills
- Strong presentation skills
- Strategic thinker

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